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London Film Festival: LAST FLAG FLYING

To put Richard Linklater’s Last Flag Flying into the most reductive terms possible, then it would be “Dad-chester By The Sea“. Linklater’s latest follows similar ideas of friendship, grief to Kenneth Lonergan’s emotional sledgehammer and both are anchored by terrific central performances (In  125 more words

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Two days to go... a confessional

There are just two days to go till we publish our novel Back to Reality and my home internet has decided to go on strike, which has made the last few days interesting to say of the least. 88 more words

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Bryan Cranston got caught having sex in a tunnel on his honeymoon

Breaking Bad star Bryan Cranston has been married to his wife for nearly three decades – but the famed actor revealed how he got caught in the act while on his honeymoon. 631 more words

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Frankie Muniz can’t remember much of ‘Malcolm in the Middle’

Malcolm in the Middle star Frankie Muniz revealed that he doesn’t remember most of his time acting in the television sitcom, following a series of head injuries. 515 more words

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Frankie Muniz Doesn't Remember Starring In 'Malcolm In The Middle'

Fox’s Emmy- and Peabody-winning Malcolm in the Middle lasted for 151 episodes over seven seasons, and Frankie Muniz barely remembers any of it.

The actor, who played the show’s titular genius, is currently on… 250 more words

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Last Flag Flying ⭐⭐⭐½

It might seem at first Richard Linklater has departed for the mainstream with his latest film as three Vietnam war veterans played by Bryan Cranston, Steve Carell and Lawrence Fishburne, reunite when Carell’s character needs a favour from them. 224 more words

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"Power Rangers" 2017 Movie Review

Power Rangers

Released March 24, 2017

Directed by Dean Israelite

Screenplay by John Gatins

Story by Matt Sazama, Burk Sharpless, Michele Mulroney, Kieran Mulroney

Starring: Dacre Montgomery, Naomi Scott, RJ Cyler, Ludi Lin, Becky G, Elizabeth Banks, Bryan Cranston… 164 more words

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